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Aug 24, 2010 6:00pm PDT
lake, huh? artist kendall buster's multilayer strat up made of fiberglass and steel served as a platform to fish to gaze at the lake. >> kendall came out here and studied the park for a long time and the way that people were using it. she was interested with the way that people were engaging with the lake and the landscape. >> brown: engaging means they were fishing, they were.... >> they were fishing, they were sometimes floating on floatees, picnicking on the edge of the lake. you know, just enjoying it. >> brown: thrill ian artist is a park within the park. a contempt practice tiff space of indiana lime stone, grass and trees entered through an underground tunnel. a pis of art or just a nice space? it didn't matter to these two brothers who just visited. >> i liked how it was constructed. it wasn't your original brick. it was very nice. >> i just really thought it was a peaceful, quiet place. there was no steady noises or anything. it was just quiet. it's great for a wedding and stuff. >> brown: interesting commute. and then there's indianapolis island by this artist, a fiber
Aug 24, 2010 10:00pm PDT
on the porch and there was a group of kids or something on the kendall buster pier. they all yelled out in unison, hi, jessica. that was the first time i was like, whoa, people are watching. >> brown: the two used new technology to blog aboutheir experience and old technology to generate their electricity. when a flag is is raised, would-be visitors on shore can be asked to be picked up. the only requirement is a trade. bring something in and take something out. for the new park as a whole, so far among first visitors so good. an homage to basketball through art. >> yeah, i think it's great that the i.m.a.has found artists from cuba actually who could come to indianapolis and create a work that is i think the best avocation of the ste game of basketball since hoosiers. >> brown: lieu harry writes on the arts for the indianapolis business journal. >> i think we're going to see more people who are interested in the arts traveling from outside the area specifically to anchor a trip in this spot. >> brown: the museum director max anderson, there's already been an added benefit. rather t
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